Dmitry Efremov

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  1. It was pretty rough. Footage was taken during a storm time. Wind speed was 20 - 60m/s. I was afraid to loose drone any moment, so I try to avoid filming from sea view Anyway, everything ended successfully, but I have to crop a lot of frames, where drone was littered with wind. Hehe
  2. Heeeey everyone!!! Long time didn't post anything. Upgrading my hardware and learning Adobe Premier. Anyway here's a fresh one! Narrow Gauge Railway was built by german prisoners after the WW2. It was 28 km long some time. And yes. I smash the drone to bushes. Those tiny sticks is invisible with out leafs. Especially during the rainy day. Enjoy and have a great weekend!
  3. Monument to the Liberators of Soviet Latvia and Riga from the German Fascist Invaders is a memorial complex in Victory Park, Riga, Latvia erected in 1985 to commemorate the Soviet Army's victory over Nazi Germany in World War II. It was designed by sculptors Lev Bokovsky and Aivars Gulbis. The complex consists of a 79-meter tall obelisk and two groups of sculptures – Mother Motherland and a band of three soldiers.
  4. Gotta to film it quick. It was a high wind time. DJI App throw warning to land ASAP and sometimes drone being turned a bit and moved by wind )) Anyway I have a safe landing at the end
  5. Thanks for the feedback! Will take it into consideration!
  6. Venta Rapid (Latvian: Ventas rumba) is a waterfall on the Venta River in Kuldiga, Latvia. It is the widest waterfall in Europe at 249 metres (817 ft), and becomes as wide as 270 metres (886 ft) during spring floods. The height of the falls vary from 1.80 to 2.20 metres (5 ft 11 in to 7 ft 3 in) depending on the level of water in the river. 240 m from the waterfall is located the famous Kuldiga brick bridge. It was built in 1874 and is the longest operating brick bridge in Europe. Built to the building standards of the time it's wide enough for two carriages to pass. Its width is 8 m and its length is 164 m. It was modeled after the bridge on Moselle river in Germany that was erected at the time of Roman Empire. Kuldiga brick bridge was renovated in 2008 and is now in operation.